Muncie OUTreach celebrated its 10-year anniversary Oct. 27 at the Ball State Alumni Center, with selections of different clothing items.
For 10 years, Muncie OUTreach has provided Delaware County’s LGBTQ youth with an outlet to express themselves and build their own community.
Murray Jewelers, a watch repair store turned custom-made jewelry vendor, has been in business for 137 years. Co-owners Ryan and James Murray discuss their business and the significance of a long-standing family-run store.
Reeling in participants: Members of the Ball State Bass Fishing Club look forward to the club’s future
The Ball State Bass Fishing Club is a group of about 10-15 students who have been involved in tournament fishing or are interested in trying the sport. Members can use their own boat if they have one, but if they don’t, Howe said the club has a “strong list of alumni and close contacts” who can take students to tournaments.
Susanna Benko, Ball State director of English education and associate professor of English, only had one answer when she was approached by representatives of the Teachers College asking her if she would want to help teachers in the Muncie Community Schools (MCS) district.
As a young boy on the west side of San Antonio, looking around and reading stories about his community in the newspapers, John Quiñones always knew he wanted to be a storyteller.
Returning to the Nest: Daily News alumni reflect on their time with the paper and what led them back to Ball State
The newsroom is buzzing — designers are laying out pages, photographers are choosing their best photos and reporters are getting their stories completed before their deadline.
'The First Domino': Members of the Ball State, Muncie communities reflect on the conflict in Ukraine
Ask Sergei Zhuk how he’s doing and he will respond with two words. "I'm surviving."
Setting an example: Ball State Women’s Golf head coach Katherine Mowat is one of the few openly gay coaches in the NCAA
For Mowat, it’s been important to be an open and active member of the LGBTQ community, especially for her athletes, because she didn’t have any role models who were gay growing up.
It’s the first day of classes at Ball State. Leo Caldwell, assistant lecturer of media design, is ready to welcome a new group of students to his classes, prepared to teach them all he knows about journalism and design. Students file into the classroom, filling the empty desks around the room and preparing themselves for what they are about to learn in Caldwell’s class. However, during Caldwell’s introduction, he includes a detail students may not know about him — Caldwell is transgender.